Smtp Mail Stuck In Queue

An email might get stuck in the queue/mailroot folder when you try to send it via the SMTP server. The Smtp mail stuck in queue troubleshooting steps to resolve the SMTP mail stuck in the Queue folder problem are mentioned on this web page.

  • Step 1: Restarting the Simple Mail Transfer protocol will resolve the mail stuck in queue problem.
  • Step 2: You can restart the SMTP service in two ways, using the Windows interface and using the command line.

Using the Windows Interface:

  • Step 1: Once you navigate to the Start menu, select the Control Panel option followed by the Administrative Tools option.
  • Step 2: Launch the Services window by clicking the Services option to solve Smtp mail stuck in queue.
  • Step 3: Find the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) option on the right panel and then right-click it.
  • Step 4: Choose the Start option.
  • Step 5: This will start the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service again.

Using the command line:

  • Step 1: After clicking the Start icon, select the following options to launch the Command Prompt window on your Windows computer.
  • Step 2: Click All Programs-->Accessories --> Command Prompt.
  • Step 3: Type the ‘net {start/stop} smtpsvc’ command without including the single quotes in the Command Prompt window and press the Enter key.
  • Step 4: This will restart the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service.
  • Step 5: If the SMTP mail stuck in queue problem persists, set up a smart host if you send an email to the external email address such as Gmail or Hotmail.
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  • Step 7: They will provide assistance in resolving the SMTP mail stuck in queue problem.